We feed people…
     … physically.

Garden of Eatin

Food Pantry

The food pantry will run every Thursday from 12-4pm. If you are interested in
volunteering, please contact us by clicking on this FORM.

Community Garden

Interested in growing food for your family and getting back into the dirt? We have garden beds available for you, please send us a message HERE.

Garden Groups

Join us in the garden on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month for … READ MORE

We feed people…
      … spiritually.

Lectio Divina Study at 8am on Monday mornings

Join us on zoom to listen to listen, respond, pray, and rest in God’s word.

Midweek Seasonal Bible Studies, Wednesdays at 5:30pm

Join us for potluck dinner and bible study on Wednesdays during Advent, Lent, and Mid-September.

Breakfast Church at 9:30am

Join us for Breakfast Church on Sundays at 9:30am. On the first Sunday of the month, everyone is invited to bring a dish to share for our breakfast together. Following the meal, we continue our time of worship and go on-line around 10:00am. Every other Sunday in the month, we will have a light continental breakfast with coffee, orange juice, pastries, muffins, and fruit. You are invited to sign up to bring items for our continental breakfast. So, please come for breakfast and fellowship at 9:30am and then be ready to gather and go on-line for worship beginning at 10:00am.

We feed people…
… mentally & emotionally.

We feed people…
… in our community.

Disaster Relief after Hurricane Ian

Charlotte County was deeply impacted by Hurricane Ian on Wednesday, September 28, 2022. Living through an almost Category 5 hurricane is an experience like no other. We continue to wrap our heads around what happened and how we can continue to feed people in our community. While we are feeding people physically, there is also a huge spiritual, mental, and emotional hunger as well. We are set up to host mission teams to help with long term recovery and disaster assistance. We would love for you to join us as we help people rebuild their homes and their lives. Please consider being part of the hope our community needs and consider being part of those efforts.

Many people have reached out to ask, “how can we help?” Honestly, come and serve with us! If you aren’t able to, you can financially give to Wintergarden’s Disaster Relief Fund through our donation tab. We continue to help make homes safe, secure, and sanitary and are helping to rebuild the inside of homes. We continue to listen to the needs of our neighbors and the list is getting very long. Folks need debris removed from their property, drywall and insulation removed and then reinstalled, flooring put back in, walls painted, ceilings fixed, and more…many lost everything and need new homes. All that to say, people will need help for years to come. It is estimated we will be in long term recovery for the next 2-4 years at a minimum. 





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“Then the righteous will answer him, ‘Lord, when did we see you hungry and feed you, or thirsty and give you something to drink?

When did we see you a stranger and invite you in, or needing clothes and clothe you? When did we see you sick or in prison and go to visit you?’

“The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’

Matthew 25:37-40

About Us

Devon Beisser Andrews
Julie Christensen
Heather DeGroot

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Wintergarden Presbyterian Church

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FOOD PANTRY VOLUNTEERS NEEDED Please contact the church office at 941-743-5335 or email at foodpantry@wintergardenpres.org

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Need Prayer? Please let us know how we can pray by submitting a Prayer Request online (link below). www.wintergardenpres.org/prayer-requests/

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Interested in joining our Garden? Garden of Eatin' - Food Forest For more information click www.wintergardenpres.org/food-forest/

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What reflections do you have regarding Matthew 18:15-20?

Pastor Syl reflected on them in last Sunday's sermon. Or specifically, on their common misuse.

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